Expects reinsurance industry to grow slightly but not enjoy same benefits as primary industry
Miguel Barrales appointed CEO of Flagstone Underwriters Latin America.
Two Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility participants, Dominica and Saint Lucia, will likely receive a payment
Eugenio Paschoal joins from Willis Brazil and replaces Jose Ribeiro
AIR estimates insured losses will not exceed $80m
Parent Greenlight Capital Re assigned "bbb-"
Likely to be classified deadliest storm of 2007
Dr Rodolfo Wehrhahn was elected president of the Interamerican Federation of Insurance Companies
Ian Webb joins operation as president
New syndicate to take advantage of revised reinsurance laws
Catlin joins the rush of reinsurers to newly-open Brazil
“something close to a revolution” is required to keep up with rapidly evolving energy clients, said Phillip Ellis
Standard & Poor’s predicts a “new dawn” for the global reinsurance industry
Bermudian reinsurer opens new office in Puerto Rico headed by Rafael Saer
Unfazed by its larger neighbours, Puerto Rico has been quietly building itself up as the market of choice for innovative reinsurers. Ana Paula Nacif examines this jewel in Latin America's crown.
The small population and low insurance penetration of the area means losses will be relatively low
Hurricane Dean has slammed into Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula as a violent category 5 storm
Hopes of another benign hurricane season in 2007 fade fast
Low residential insurance uptake means losses from quake unlikely to exceed $1bn, says AIR
AIR estimates that insured losses from the earthquake are not likely to exceed $1bn.
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